Woods ignores rumours
Last updated: 18th January 2013
World number three Tiger Woods refused to entertain rumours about him re-marrying his ex-wife Elin Nordegren.
His first tournament appearance this year - the Abu Dhabi Golf Championship - coincided with reports by the National Enquirer that Woods would be prepared to sign a $350 million anti-cheating clause, if it meant getting another shot at happiness with Nordegren.
However, when questioned by the media after an ordinary first round at the Abu Dhabi Championship, Woods said he was not prepared to discuss his private life in the public domain.
"I am not going to comment on my private life," said Woods, whose career was derailed the last time the media took advantage of his personal problems.
Woods and Nordegren were divorced in 2010 following revelations of his serial infidelity.
Media hype about his personal life is probably not the distraction Woods needs right now, especially as he prepares to add to his tally of 14 major titles in 2013.
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